Cellite Clinic first to offer Dermaroller in CardiffLeading cosmetic dermatologist, Professor Harryono Judodihardjo, medical director of the Cellite Clinic in Cardiff, is expanding his services to offer patients a revolutionary new treatment to rejuvenate skin and treat scarring.
Known as Genuine Dermaroller™ Therapy - Natural Skin Rejuvenation & Scar Repair, the procedure can reduce the impact of ageing and skin imperfections such as acne scars.
Being significantly less invasive than earlier treatments, patients can expect less downtime as well as better results.
“Increasingly, the goal of aesthetic practitioners is to give clients a natural, healthy, more youthful appearance without the need for surgery and other invasive procedures, from which the client needs varying degrees of recovery time,” explains Professor Judodihardjo.
“Practitioners’ understanding of the changes that take place within the skin and the body as we age continues to progress as do the treatment options available. The ‘dermaroller’ procedure is proving very popular as it results in smoother, brighter skin.”
Genuine Dermaroller™ Therapy can significantly improve the appearance of
- Acne scars
- Ageing and sun damaged skin
- Facial and décolleté lines, wrinkles and stretch marks
Dermaroller is suitable for all skin types and skin tones; and works by producing thousands of microscopic needle columns in the dermis of the skin, these stimulate the skin to regenerate and repair itself naturally and safely.
The patient looks as though they have mild to moderate sunburn after the procedure and normally recover the same day with only minor residual redness the following day.
The natural regeneration and repair that Genuine Dermaroller™ creates takes time as new collagen and elastin is formed, new skin cells are generated and the blood supply in the dermis is enhanced.
It can take up to six weeks before visible signs of regeneration and repair are seen and the process will continue over the following months providing a gradual and long lasting enhancement.
“This procedure is much more patient-friendly than the resurfacing laser treatments and peels that preceded it, as it avoids ablation, heat, and pigmented skin safety concerns,” explains the professor. “The end result is also very natural, which is the look most people are aiming for.”
Notes to editors:
Professor Harryono Judodihardjo, founder and medical director of the Cellite Clinic, MB BCh, MSc in Dermatology, PhD.
Consultant Cosmetic Dermatologist
o Fellow of the European Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
o Member of the International Academy of Cosmetic Dermatology
o Member of the European Society of Cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology
o Member of the International Society of Hair Restoration Surgery
o Associate member of the British Association of Dermatologists
o Fellow of the Royal Society of Medicine
o Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Surgery
o Member of the British Association of Cosmetic Doctors
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